The Revolutionary Treatment Methods Using Buprenorphine:

Opioid can cause dependency quite easily, irrespective of age, gender, or background. But like many other diseases, opioid use disorder (OUD) is treatable. If you are suffering from opioid addiction, then one of the best ways of OUD treatment would be with the help of Buprenorphine.

Buprenorphine is a synthetic opioid used to treat opioid addiction, acute pain as well as chronic pain. It is usually used under the tongue, in the cheek, and kept there until it dissolves, or it is used as an injection, skin patch, or an implant. The combination of Buprenorphine and naloxone is used to treat opioid use disorder, that ensures reduced dependence on opioid as it prevents the euphoric feelings associated with opioid abuse.

The use of Buprenorphine for treating opioid falls under opioid substitution treatment and is a part of our medicine-based treatment processes. It acts as an alternative to opioids, stimulates the opioids receptors, and prevents actual abuse.

What to expect if I took Buprenorphine?

The intake of Buprenorphine also has its effects. Buprenorphine may cause sedation, dizziness, headache, low blood pressure, slow breathing, constricted pupils, nausea, vertigo, sweating, and vomiting. But if controlled, it can be avoided.

Why Recovery Connection?

Buprenorphine is very-helpful in the treatment of opioid use disorder. It has high availability and low abuse potential. It is also used to treat individuals with human immunodeficiency virus who are opioid-dependent. A buprenorphine tablet or a combination of Buprenorphine and naloxone helps with opioid maintenance and detoxification. It mainly affects the mu-opioid receptor acting as a partial antagonist. Due to partial activation, chronic opioid users are less likely to be addicted to Buprenorphine. Buprenorphine has emerged as one of the most trusted choices of doctors and medical experts worldwide.

At Recovery Connection, we administer Buprenorphine as a component of the sublingual or buccal film/tablets called Suboxone or the extended-release injection called Sublocade. Our medicine-based treatment with Buprenorphine is scientifically proven to show improved effectiveness in controlling cravings, suppressing the pain and discomfort of withdrawal, and preventing relapse or overdose.


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